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Is that what love is, a thought that your mind made up with its chemicals and its hokum and its voodoo magic?
I always come back.
This powerful essay scrutinises the issue of racial discrimination and leaves the reader with a poignant question.
A moving, first-hand account of the Grenfell Tower fire
Donald Trump Is the Andy Warhol of American Politics
A hallucinogenic road trip, peopled by ghosts.
A thoughtful and thought-provoking piece about having your house burgled.
An entertaining look at the trials of changing your name.
But surely, you might say, queer Koreans don’t exist, much less queer Korean literature. (Yes, people have said that to my face.)
Fake news and our appetite for it go back a long way.
An interview with Bollywood composer Chandan Saxena, by Mohit lal
A light-hearted meditation on childhood, family, and the power of music.
Somewhere Real® is about bad timing, wrong cities and ants.
For the last few blocks, we jog and then cool down. Signalling that the day is underway, smells of sizzling garlic, chilli, and garam masala waft from open-windowed kitchens.
A lyrical account of the immigrant experience in America.
This week’s Essay Saturday takes an idiosyncratic look at Flaubert’s ‘Madame Bovary’.